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EU exit vote seen hurting London office prices

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The value of offices in the City of London business district climbed 16 per cent last year, while those in the West End rose 10 per cent, according to broker Knight Frank LLP.

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CENTRAL London office values would probably suffer if UK voters give Prime Minister David Cameron the chance to hold a referendum on European Union membership.

Foreign buyers, who accounted for three quarters of the £19.4 billion (S$39.4 billion) of central London properties...

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